Do you have any dress code?
People are very particular about their dress, they don't compromise with it at any situation, is it ok or need to be corrected?
My "dress code" consists mainly of t-shirts (or collared golf shirts) and jeans (blue or black). They're simple, affordable and never go "out of style."
My dress code is to wear clothes I can exercise in at times when I have the opportunity to exercise. If I wear clothes that I can exercise in then I am more likely to exercise. At home I spend a lot of time wearing shorts or track pants. That way I can exercise while I watch TV or even when I am waiting for the toaster. Outside I wear exercise clothes while I am biking or hiking. While using my computer I will take quick exercise breaks.
When I am not planning on exercising I mainly wear comfortable clothes that look good. I don't like fancy uncomfortable clothes such as the shirts with buttons that press against my throat.
at home, i wear bermuda shorts and loose t shirts. Outside, I wear Polo T shirts and jeans with jogging shoes. that is my style
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